Group elects new officers for 2018

Group elects new officers for 2018
January 18
14:26 2018

Sethos Court 105 Daughters has elected and appointed new officers for 2018 calendar year.

Sethos Court is an auxiliary of the Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles Mystic Shrine of North and South America and its Jurisdictions, Incorporated. Sethos Court is one of 200 Courts around the world that make up the over 35,000 members both men (Shriners) and women (Daughters) around the world.

Daughter Lisa W. Smith will lead the organization as the Illustrious Commandress.  The other elected officers are: Latasha Wilson-Lane, first lieutenant; Hattie Fulton, second lieutenant; Clara Wilson, high priestess; Vivian Kelly-Surratt, oriental guide; Annieliese Myers, treasurer; and Wyvonia Attucks, recordress.

Appointed Officers are:  Delories Wilson, first ceremonial daughter; Tonya Woods, second ceremonial daughter; Sharon Haney, inside spy; Myra Clinton, outside spy; Veronica Sawyer, marshall; Carolyn Samuel, assistant recordress; Mary B. Scott, assistant marshall; and Tonya Woods, directress of DIMES (youth group). Eva L. McWillis serves as the imperial deputy for the Oasis of Winston-Salem.

Sethos Court 105, Daughters was chartered in 1947 and is a nonprofit, charitable and benevolent organization.

“The membership is dedicated to the principle of fostering civic, economic and educational development programs throughout the world. Over the years, the Court has supported the community through prescription aid, clothing giveaways, providing soup for seniors and tools for school for local schools in the community,” the group says in a press release.

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